John Stewart Poop 2018

What else can be said that hasn’t been said already. This is the first best of post-print. I guess we can blame the millennial’s for the print edition of Poop dying. Heck we have blamed them for everything else. As far as I am concerned its tough to accept things are changing. Somehow Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang” is given a good review in Pitchfork. Does anyone really think Ariana Grande is good at all? I am sure some like her, but I am not afraid to say I don’t like pop music. Does anyone think Queen could gain traction today? Most likely not. Because you have these kids who grew up with helicopter parenting and without the freedom to explore. Well you can say what you want, but just because something is original does not mean its good and “Gucci Gang” is just some mushmouthed shit, Lil Pump sounds like he is 10 xanax deep. Nevermind the good reviews a lot of the pop stars and mumble rappers get. I think some of the reviewers give a good review for fear of having dispersions cast upon them. Not to mention the bad reviews given of legitimately talented rock bands. I can say a lot but I wont. But you should be able to express your opinion about something and not have fear. But time is passing on. Village Voice is no longer. I wonder the Pazz and Jop list will continue and recently Maximum Rock and Roll announced an end to its print edition. Will physical albums cease to exist? I hope they don’t. But once again reissues outnumber new releases. No surprise considering the crappy state of modern music.

Top 10 albums for 2018
Kamasi Washington-Heaven and Earth
Greta Van Fleet- Anthem of the Peaceful Army
Judas Priest-Firepower
Kasey Musgraves-Golden Hour
Thom Yorke-Sursurpia (Soundtrack)
Janelle Monae-Dirty Computer
Mumford and Sons-Delta
Bettye LaVette-Things Have Changed
I’m With Her-See You Around
Kamasi Washington-The Choice

Top 10 Reissues for 2018
The Beatles-White Album
Roxy Music- Roxy Music
John Coltran-1963 New Directions
The Kinks-Are The Village Green Preservation Society
Jimi Hendrix-Electric Ladyland
Bob Dylan-More Blood, More Tracks
Prince-A Piano and a Microphone 1983
Bikini Kill-The Singles
Metallica-And Justice For All
Neil Young-Roxy-Tonight’s the Night Live
Liz Phair-Girly Sound to Guyville 25th Anniversary
Bob Seger and the Last Heard-Heavy Music-The Complete Cameo/Parkway Recordings

Not much else to say really

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